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Woman in custody after police called to adult shop

A WOMAN is in custody after police were called to a disturbance at a Booval adult entertainment store yesterday evening.

Reports indicate a woman, who had a knife, was causing a disturbance inside the Brisbane Rd store and fled when the attendant phoned police. 

She was found in the vicinity of Brisbane Rd shortly after 8pm.

The woman was at a nearby laundromat before she made her way to the store, police say.

She was taken to Ipswich Hospital for assessment.

Nobody was injured or assaulted during the incident. 

Topics:  ipswich ipswich crime


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